Due out in February, the Nioh Collection fully remasters Nioh and Nioh 2 for Sony’s next-generation powerhouse, and there’s plenty of things to get excited about. While Sony briefly confirmed that 4K and 60 FPS will be featured, the preview goes into more detail on the various performance options of Nioh Remastered.
First up, Nioh Remastered includes a 4K Mode, which allows the game to run at 60 FPS in 2160p resolution. There’s also a 12- FPS mode, where the game will display in 1080p resolution with a seriously buffed frame rate.
Finally, the PS5 Standard Mode features 1080p resolution and includes enhancements to shadows, screen space reflections quality, and high details for character models.
That’s not all. The PS5 DualSense controller will also be compatible with Nioh Remastered, with adaptive triggers used for the bow and rifle, while haptic feedback is employe for various combat actions.
You can turn these off if you want, though. Interestingly, it briefly mentions that the only noticeable buffs to Nioh 2 Remastered are improved model texture resolution.
The Nioh Collection is pencilled in for release on February 5 for PS5.
[Source – GameSpark via WCCFTech]